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Maggie Seeds graduated ASU in the spring of 2012 with a BS in Applied Physics and an astronomy concentration. Today she works at Clarkston Consulting at their headquarters in Durham, North Carolina. She was recently profiled in the "...
At the March 2014 Meeting of the American Physical Society, App State undgergraduate student Samuel Migirditch won an award for his research presentation on "Analysis Methods for Frequency Resolved Florescence Anisotropy Studies." The research was...
ASU undergraduate Physics major Kayla Zimmerman has been awarded a 2014  Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD. She will be spending 11 weeks at the...
When you hear about rings around objects in our Solar System, you naturally think of planets like Saturn and Neptune. But it turns out the giant gas planets aren't the only bodies that sport rings. An international team of astronomers announced...
Two ASU undergraduate Physics and Astronomy students, Matthew Childers and Nikolai Hesterberg, have been chosen for Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) laboratories in Boulder...

Department to Host NCS-AAPT Spring Meeting

Monday, February 24, 2014 - 1:38pm
The Physics & Astronomy Department at Appalachian State University is hosting the Spring 2014 meeting of the the North Carolina State Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (NCS-AAPT) on April 11th -12th, 2014. Please...
Our own Dr. Rachel Smith is interviewed about fragments of the "Chelyabinsk fireball" meteor that fell in Russia last year. Several fragments have just arrived at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences where she holds a joint-appointment.
Carla Ramsdell's First Year Seminar Course, "The Inspired Engineer," has been featured in this month's ASU General Education Newsletter. The article showcases the unique Service Learning component which Carla has developed.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy,, invites applications for a tenure-track position in astronomy at the Assistant Professor level to begin August, 2014. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Astronomy, Physics or a...
John Allen and Phil Russell have been awarded $299,708 from NASA for their project, "Mini Fourier-Transform Spectrometer for Cubesat-Based Remote Sensing.” They will be developing a spectrometer system for in-situ/remote monitoring of the Earth...

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